Eva Mantell makes sculpture, paintings, drawings, video and installation. Her work has been exhibited at the Monmouth Museum, the Hunterdon Museum, the Bernstein Gallery at Princeton University, the Abington Art Center, the Jersey City Museum, PS1 and the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Eva has a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in NYC. She curates, teaches and speaks about art including the recent Art as Activism, at the exhibit Fight or Flight at The Painting Center, NYC, in conversation with Father Michael Perry. She has a special interest in arts engagement and community outreach, and her teaching has been included in Designing and Delivering Arts Programs for Older Adult Learners, published by the National Center for Creative Aging in Washington, DC. She lives in Princeton, NJ with her son and daughter.